Last weekend a 22-year was stabbed three times in the neck at a house party in the wee hours of the morning and died on the way to RI Hospital.
The Newport Daily News reports:
Two Newport teenagers who are implicated in the homicide of a Little Compton man during a party at a short-term vacation rental in Newport last weekend were arraigned in District Court on Thursday.
Judge Colleen Hastings ruled that Tyrese Poulsen, 18, who is charged with murder, violated his conditions of release when he allegedly stabbed Maximus Julian, 22, who died on Tuesday afternoon.
During the proceedings, Poulsen’s attorney Joseph Voccola requested a bond hearing for his client be set as soon as possible, but Hastings ruled that Poulsen will be held without bail, though she did schedule a status only bail hearing for June 15.
Jamaal Reid, 19, as a bail violator also is being held without bail.
In a press release Wednesday, Newport Police reported they issued a criminal affidavit and arrest warrant for Poulsen, charging him with murder. Reid is charged with harboring a fugitive and disorderly conduct.
By Thursday morning, the two had turned themselves in.
There hasn’t been a homicide in Newport since 2015.
Family of victim wants to see ‘justice be served’
Police report that just after midnight on Sunday, May 30, they were called to a residence 548 Thames St. after a disturbance. When they arrived, they found Julian, who was critically injured, and another male who’d suffered minor injuries.
The two men were transported to Newport Hospital.
On Tuesday, Julian’s father Diago told The Newport Daily News that while on the way to Newport Hospital, his son died, but first responders were able to resuscitate and stabilize him.
Then when he was being transported to Rhode Island Hospital, the only trauma center in the area, Maximus died a second time, though was again stabilized and resuscitated. By that point, Maximus was brain dead.
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